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The passing of time.....

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the last picture was post for the 1st time here [photoblog.com] on photoblog.Last summer we were again there.We made pictures only with man - brother of the old woman.She died last winter 2010/2011. Time is passing..Let's catch it now.No waiting for better tomorrow, which can't arrive at all.Maggie

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    • # Christa

      Wonderful post Maggie, The time seems to stand still for the house and place, but not for the people who live in it. It is important to live every moment as it will be the last.

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    • # Artbee

      You truly visit some amazing places and people Maggie! You were lucky to have met her.......

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    • # Tomie Poodle

      wonderful set maggie!
      did they remember of you from last summer?
      my best whishes for 2012! Happy new year maggie!

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    • # Felecia

      Such wonderful photos Maggie. Where are they? You are right we must seize the day for there is no promise of tomorrow.

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    • # Geowi

      Je vous présente mes meilleurs voeux pour l'année 2012.
      Que bonheur,santé, amour et prospérité soient les maîtres mots pour cette année exceptionnelle.
      I present you my best wishes for 2012
      Happiness health, love and prosperity
      must be the magic key words for this exceptional year.

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    • # Sara G

      I remember that post...love the house in #1, 2 and 3..so "homey"..nothing pretend or fancy about this home place and people..favored.

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    • # Jon Laysell

      I remember this place from before. Sad to hear about the old lady, but I guess that's the way of things. We have to make the most of our days. Here's wishing you many happy days in the new year Maggie.

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    • # Breizh

      Magnifique et émouvant ... et je suis retourné voir ton post de janvier 2010 .
      "Le temps passe et nous file entre les doigts ... "

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    • # Larry Nelson

      That reminds me of a saying, "Cherish yesterday, dream tomorrow, but live today!" Great set, Maggie.

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    • # Marsha

      Such lovely and idyllic scenes, Maggie....the colors and texture in these rural scenes are very eye-pleasing! This post is also a good lesson for all of us....enjoy every minute because time passes quickly....

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    • # Thebox

      Wow! I like the atmosphere you captured with the old house and the man-brother-women. Let´s enjoy every second of life!

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    • # Olga Helys

      Great and interesting report !
      So lovely,
      So sweet memories
      Thanks for sharing these great beauties

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    • # Josy

      Belle série Maggie pour nous raconter l'histoire de cette femme et si nous vivons aussi vieux qu'elle en bonne santé, quelle chance !

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    • # Jacki

      What a photogenic old building. What you say is very true... we don't all get the chance to get so old as the old woman.

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    • # Becky

      Such a beautiful post and a great sentiment! Your photos show the beauty in a simpler life!

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